Thursday, February 28, 2013

Ed Flynn, chief of Milwaukee PD:

'Sorry excuse for a lawman' doesn't even BEGIN to cover it.

And if that information is correct, then not only Bravo Company, but every other supplier of ANYTHING should cut them off.

A rather impassioned response to Sen. Feinstein's breaking of her oath of office(again):
Don’t give a damn, bitch. My Constitutional rights–my natural rights as a free man–are not dependent on popularity, and are not now nor will they ever be up for a vote. They exist apart from your and your fellow fascists’ malign intentions and hopes, predate them, and trump them–now and forever. Try to take them and I will fight you, with any and every means at my disposal, to the last ounce of my strength and ability, and I will not stop until I am either imprisoned or in the ground. Full stop, end of story.
That's the mild part.

"Yeah, we've got laws, and we're not enforcing them, but we want MORE laws; maybe we'll actually enforce those if you give us what we want."

On another matter,
As you can see, Dawkins has no trouble attacking the Hebrew God in a most direct and uncompromising manner. No atheist wallflower he.

Asked if he thought the same of the God of the Koran, Dawkins ducked the question, saying: "Well, um, the God of the Koran I don't know so much about."

How can it be that the world's most fearless atheist, celebrated for his strident opinions on the Christian and Jewish Gods, could profess to know so little about the God of the Koran? Has he not had the time? Or is Professor Dawkins simply demonstrating that most crucial trait of his species: survival instinct.

In this case, more properly labeled as 'being a chickenshit coward'.

I cannot remember who it was a year or so back who decided to make some silver bullets for his .45- real ones- and, after working out weights and costs, decided it would be cheaper nowadays to feed the werewolves...

More fallout in Colorado from the EBR ban bill.

Once again, this is the idiot the Democrats picked for Vice-President:
I said, "Well, you know, my shotgun will do better for you than your AR-15, because you want to keep someone away from your house, just fire the shotgun through the door."

Another success for smart diplomacy:
The KN-08 has been called a "game-changer" for the DPRK, and with good reason.  Assuming the missile achieves its projected range, the KN-08 would give Pyongyang a strike platform capable of reaching much of the CONUS.  And with a mobile launch platform--supported by one of the world's most advanced denial and deception programs--the KN-08 will be extremely difficult to track and target.  Among its various roles, the kN-08 could easily deliver a sudden, surprise attack against the U.S., giving the North increased leverage in its dealings with Washington, and our allies in the region.

And with that, I need a drink.

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